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Who puts laws into effect in the United States?

(in the US) The Legislative Branch of any government is the one which proposes and draws up legislation which is the framework of the proposed law. The Governor (or President) (MORE)

Who makes the federal laws in the United States?

Go back to American History 101--the Congress makes the laws. That means the House of Representatives and the Senate actually write the laws. The President can cnly sign them (MORE)

Who makes laws in the United States?

All three branches of government have the ability to make laws.   The Congressional branch can make laws through legislation.   A member of either the House or Senate m (MORE)
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What is better the you phone 5c or 5s?

the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent  colrs just silver gold and black
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Does the Declaration of Independence contain laws that govern the United States?

No, the Declaration of Independence is not a law making document. The US Constitution is the document that creates the laws that govern the US. The Declaration can only be use (MORE)